She wrote a note to herself today. Before the moon bid its goodbye to it’s kind. Before the world had a chance to wash her mind; With pending tasks and bitter words that made her wrong, Telling her how this would only make her strong.
She wrote it before emotions took over, Before she said her name to the barista as a coffee-lover. Before she had the choice between hope and optimism, And sip into all the criticism. A simple sentence that would resonate within mind; before her eyes witness normality, She wrote a note of what she wanted the day to be in reality.
She was not greedy, she tried to be kind, Everyday she made up her mind. Only to cease the day, Yet be humble and not prey. ’Tis true that she wanted things her way, She knew the dark clouds would not stay.
On the days it was hard to breathe, She took a look around at the papers beneath. Between the bills, payment sheets and cheques, On the days she felt life was a wreck. ‘Breathe woman! Everything will be okay!’ she read, This is how she knew her life wasn’t hanging by a thread.